Larry Elison announced a complete refresh of Oracle’s midrange and high-end SPARC server lines with new SPARC T5 and M5 servers running Oracle Solaris. The SPARC T5 midrange servers are based on the T5, the world’s fastest microprocessor.
Oracle’s acquisition of Nimbula was slightly lower-profile than some of their more recent purchases. The Enterprise Software Musings blog has an explanatory piece on why it’s a key piece of Oracle’s cloud puzzle.
For those from the PeopleSoft world, the UPK has been around for quite a while. For those coming from other applications it’s likely to be a new tool to learn – but it’s well worth the investment (scroll down to read the article).
The 7th and final part of Alex Hansal’s series on the Composer and Workflow. We’ve featured the previous parts in prior newsletters. Although this details the CRM Tool, much of this will also be within the Page Composer available in other Apps Modules.
Steven Chan, Oracle’s Senior Director of E-Business Suite Technology recently travelled around the world in about 30 days with only an iPad mini. He went from the U.K. to Hyderabad, India, to Hong Kong and Shenzhen in China, all in about four weeks. Here’s how he found it.
A full and detailed summary of what Endeca is and what it is capable of from Oracle UX guru Ultan O’Broin. As well as much good info, there are four videos showing how it can make a demonstrable difference to your applications.
I’m sure that you see many emails each week with titles like “Top CEOs all have these 4 habits”, especially if you’re on LinkedIn. This list flips the idea around though … here’s 17 things that you wouldn’t think work, but do.
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